ABSTRACT: The traditional topic of the substantial quality of legislation has gained centre stage thanks to OECD Programs on Regulatory Reform even if it is - in some way - foreshadowed by the debate about science of legislation. In contemporary legal systems tools and technics for analysing regulation have been introduced with the purpose of evaluating in advance possibile effects of rules, defining possible alternative regulatory options, evaluating ex ante their advantages and disadvantages, monitoring and assessing ex post according to fixed objectives, indicators and informative data bases. Nonetheless, regulated economies produce a pathological normative inflation which has contributed to generating a deep crisis of confidence in regulation. This crisis can be managed only in the historically grounded perspective of maintenance of rules.

DE BENEDETTO, M. (2016). La qualità della funzione regolatoria: ieri, oggi e domani. HISTORIA ET IUS, 9/2016, 1-19.

La qualità della funzione regolatoria: ieri, oggi e domani

DE BENEDETTO, Maria
2016-01-01

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ABSTRACT: The traditional topic of the substantial quality of legislation has gained centre stage thanks to OECD Programs on Regulatory Reform even if it is - in some way - foreshadowed by the debate about science of legislation. In contemporary legal systems tools and technics for analysing regulation have been introduced with the purpose of evaluating in advance possibile effects of rules, defining possible alternative regulatory options, evaluating ex ante their advantages and disadvantages, monitoring and assessing ex post according to fixed objectives, indicators and informative data bases. Nonetheless, regulated economies produce a pathological normative inflation which has contributed to generating a deep crisis of confidence in regulation. This crisis can be managed only in the historically grounded perspective of maintenance of rules.
DE BENEDETTO, M. (2016). La qualità della funzione regolatoria: ieri, oggi e domani. HISTORIA ET IUS, 9/2016, 1-19.
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